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together. thank you so very much for watching "special report." i'm mike emanuel. good night from washington, happy things giving to all of you and i will be back here tomorrow night. good night. musical sed. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> these are the everyday heroes, those whose accomplishments are largely overshadowed. for inspiration and for hope, they have shown us the best this country has had to offer. this award show is for you. welcome to the 2020 fox nation patriot awards. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> hello america and welcome to the second annual fox nation patriot awards.
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i'm pete hegseth and i'm honored to be your host for the evening. it's been a year no one could have predicted and many want to get rid of, but unlike so many other things, you cannot put a lock down on patriotism. selfishly, this jacket right here has been waiting for this night for the last 364 days. red, white and blue inside and out. tonight we are honoring the heroic, the courageous, the brave and the everyday patriot that make this country so special. tonight we honor the real 1% of america. this is an awards show unlike any other. no self-important actors, just selfless service. this is a worthy cause, a great cause. tonight it's for you, for us, for america. [applause]
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before we introduce you to our fox nation patriot please welcome country music favorite and friend for our national anthem. >> hey everybody phil vassar here. i'm so proud to be part of the patriot awards. thank you all so much. ♪ ♪ ♪ oh say can you see ♪ at the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hail ♪ at the twilight's last ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪ ♪
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♪ and the rockets red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof to the night ♪ that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ josé does that start spangle ♪ ♪ banner yet wave ♪ over the land of the free ♪ and the home of the parade ♪ ♪ of the brave ♪ god bless america.
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>> wow, what a group of what a powerful red edition. we have more amazing performances later in the hour, but let's first get to our first award. here to present the fox nation patriot award for courage, the one and only tucker carlson. >> first-generation american who the people who protect us, the ceo of air guard watch company, but at this powerful [indiscernible]. watch. >> despite all the chaos, all the judgment, we know d [indiscernible] are good, we forget how human we are. how human we all are. including you. >> one company is taking a stand to back the blue. why a luxury watch brand is daring to defend law enforcement when so many have turned their
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backs on them. >> i'm the founder of [indiscernible]. i wanted to celebrate our police at a time where it felt like they were under attack. there was a moment where was sitting there and thinking to myself, no companies in america -- not a single company willing to stand up for police. and that scared me. i realized that most of us are just scared to say what we really believe. we've gotten to a point where we are demonizing the whole it's good to be critical of the police who do bad things.s. that's necessary. and improving things is always necessary, but you can'tri dismantle or defund the entire police force. i don't want tong live in a word without police. and these are the same people who ran into buildings on 9/11 and you could be celebrating. ♪ >> no matter what people say, no matter what people do, there are
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thousands and thousands of men and women across this nation that will keep showing up even when they don't want to. musical physical >> joins us from delray beach, florida. thanks so much.ch congratulations on being named this year's award for courage recipient. everything you said in the ad i think was true. it's not a popular thing to say right now but you said it anyway, why did you do that? >> it's not wrong to celebrate our police. there's been this massive packed by the media, politicians and i realize no one anywhere is willing to stand up for them and i didn't want to live inic a wod where that was the rhetoric that was going on. >> you say you're from a family of immigrants. you felt obligation as an american to speak the truth andp i wonder -- and it's inspiring to hear that. i wonder why more heavens. >> would lost the ability to speak freely and speak our minds. and once that goes, i've seen it, i've seen it for my family's
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back on. my mother iraq. my father was a jewish man who lost aaq lot of his family and e holocaust and i've seen what oppression really looks like and that you have to fight to preserve the things you care about and i care about america. i have a relationship with america, i love america and i want to fight to preserve it and i think so many americans do. >> i love hearing that. bless you, thank you for the ad and thank you for this conversation. i appreciate it, great to see you. >> thank you. >> i love it. patriotism really does pay off. you just saw the video, protesters and riders confronting our police on the front lines for monthss andin during that time, america has also been fighting another battle, covid-19. we h want to recognize these unprecedented times and honor all of our front-line heroes, so we brought in our good friend john rich for a special performance of his new song "earth to god." t he joins us from the historic theater in nashville, tennessee. front-line workers, this is for you.
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♪ earth to god ♪ come in, god ♪ i know you're there hearing our prayers wherever you are ♪ ♪ we need you now ♪ to send your love down ♪ take away the pain in your holy name ♪ ♪ we ask this now ♪ we need your light ♪ we need your love to heal the worldd you made ♪ ♪ and save us now in our darkest hour with your amazing grace ♪ ♪ earth to god ♪ we are holding on
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♪ but not for long ♪ can you pull us all close to the golden coast and keep us strong? we need your light ♪ ♪ we need your love ♪ to heal the world you made ♪ and save us now ♪ in our darkest hour ♪ with your amazing grace ♪ earth to god ♪ earth to god ♪ earth to god ♪ earth to god ♪ come in god
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♪ earth to god ♪ come in god ♪ earth to god ♪ come in god ♪ earth to god ♪ come in god ♪ we need your light, we need your love ♪ ♪ to heal the world you made ♪ and save us now in our darkesy hour ♪ ♪ with your amazing grace ♪ earth to god ♪ come in god earth to god ♪ come in god [applause]
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>> john rich, spot on. thank you. that performance was brought to you by our sponsor for this evening, y servpro. and we had fox nation will be making a donation to answer the call, an organization that helps fail families of fallen first responders and you can also donate for visiting answerthecall.org. our next recipients are not first responders but they certainly answered the call themselves. you're to present the fox nation patriot award for heroism, a man who knows a lot about heroism, dan bongino. >> it's an honor to be presenting the fox nation patriot award for heroism tonight to not one but two incredibly inspirational man who sprang into action during chaos. in the early morning hours of july 3rd, philip blanks and alexander heard cries for help aas a fire raged through an apartment building in phoenix, arizona. what happened next changed multiple lives forever. ♪
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>> [indiscernible]. >> firefighters described this as a very chaotic scene, flames and smokea pouring out of that third story apartment and it actually credit the residents here for saving the lives of two young children. >> it was chaotic. everything happened so fast. >> as i was entering the parking lot i kind of see fire from the building. >> medially after that, i seen our rush of smoke come across me. >> there was a lady screaming that there was kids in there. my first instinct was to get us out of the house, so i kicked the door in. i started yelling like "come o out, come out," trying to get the attention of anybody inside the apartment and then i heard a scream inside the apartment, i saw a roxy and i was able to pick her up and get out of there. >> it was literally tunnel vision. i didn't see anything but the balcony was fire and then eventually the boy who got
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thrown out. >> throw the baby now! ♪ >> rachel is our oldest and with being the oldest, she was the one that the kids looked up to a lot. >> when she brought him to the balcony, she could have jumped with him. this young woman was on fire when she turned around and went back in after her daughter. ♪ >> god put both of those men ind just the right position at just the right time. they immediately became family and they alwaysen will be.
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>> joining me now from fire station 60 in phoenix, arizona, philip and r taney and alexander. congratulations on being honored with this year's award for heroism, you certainly deserve it.] >> thank you, i appreciate it. >> thank you very much. >> your stories are inspiring. philip, you're a marine and a former college football player. how do you think that played a role in the way you unquestionably, aerobically responded that day. >> discipline to help me lot. just being in the right mind-set, that plays a part. just having the will to help. i'm always in the mood to help somebody, so i'm just thankful god placed me in the right place at the right time to make that catch, to save a life. >> d'artagnan, you ran into the building that was on fire without even knowing if there was anyone inside to save. it has to be clear you had no protective gear, no fire training. what was going through your mind the moment you made this decision to go inside?
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>> i wasn't sure if there was kids in there. i wasn't sure you know, what was really going on, but i know that i was capable of helping, so you're right, no fire training, no protection, just all god's grace. >> yet. god bless you guys. i mean that. the lord was with you that day. philip, d'artagnan, stay right there. i'd like to bring in james and jessica wood, parents of rachel long and grandparents to roxie and jamison. james, jessica, we know your family still has a challengingr road ahead.. philip and d'artagnan are here to share something that will hopefully ease some of your incredible stress. >> hello, hello. >> hey, guys. >> good to see you. on behalf of kalamazoo mortgage, kalamazoo mortgage would like to donate a $5,000 scholarship to roxie and jamison as a kalamazoo heroes salute. >> that's awesome, thank you. >> you're welcome.
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>> now we are forever family and we think you guys. we can never repay -- >> thank you, we love youom guy. >> i'm just glad we were able to be there. >> i'd like to throw -- i'd like to add to that $5,000. i didn't tell fox that, so let's make it an even ten. i hope that helps a tad bit. i know what you're going through. it must be incredible. >> thank you so much. >> philip, d'artagnan, thank you all. congratulations on a well-deserved award. jessica and james too. where wishing all of you the best, your family the best. we pray for a speedy recovery for your grandchildren. pete, back to you. >> we certainly thank god for using ordinary people to do extraordinary things. now i want to toast to our virtual fox nation audience. while we may not all be together, cheers! we may not all be together this year, we still stand united. >> when we come back, they present the modern warrior award.
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♪ >> as panic was spreading about an unknown virus, 10,000 miles away our brave men and women didn't lose sight of their
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mission. fighting and crushing isis. in fact, the same time much of the country shut down, camp tashi in iraq was attacked and many of the brave soldiers who had to defend it were also thinking of the family they left behind during uncertain times. that is the story of our next recipient. my dear friends from friends from fox & friends, steve, ainsley, and brian joining us now. >> thanks, pete. that's right, america is still fighting a war. brave men and women continue to drop everything to protect our country each and every day. >> through hardships, trials and hurdles, modern warriors stand tough. they serve the country despite the sacrifices it requires, even when it means leaving their family behind and missing big major milestones. >> and that is the story of this year's modern warrior, army captain john kline. ♪ >> march 11th, 2020, there was a rocket attack at camp tashi a rack
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bravery and leadership ensuring all soldiers [indiscernible]. the army commendation medal. >> captain john kline joined the minnesota national guard in 2011. >> i've never had a commander like him. our mission is to provide aviation support to [indiscernible] to support iraq and securityrt forces to -- we e very good at knowing if you take care of the guys, they are going to take care of the mission. ♪ >> john klein is my husband and he has been employed overseas. this year has been very hectic. i was pregnant with our third child. we were super excited to welcome another baby boy. and we knew that he wasn't going to be home for that. >> how are you doing,me buddy? love you!
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>> what you guys miss most about daddy? you want to wrestle daddy? will it be fun when daddy picks you up from school and stuff? >> yeah. >> [indiscernible] dealing with this. we love him and we just are waiting for his return. >> rachel campos duffy is with captain klein's family to give him an award on their behalf. >> or so they think.ic >> i'm here with veronica, klein, leo sawyer and their little baby brother. how old is he? >> his almost four months. >> four months old. do little boys mr. daddy? what you miss about your daddy? >> i miss playing soccer with him. >> wrestling. i bet he misses wrestling you. baby huxley has never met his daddy. tell me, veronica, what are you looking forward to about that moment?
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>> i guess it's just a different situation because he's here with those boys. oh, my god. oh, my god. >> hi. >> say hi! >> oh, my gosh! [laughs] hi little man! hi! you're so big now! >> i have this award for you. it is our modern warrior patriot award. thank you for all your service that you've done abroad and also here in the homeland. >> thank you. >> congratulations to you, your beautiful family. >> thank you soul much.
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i know there's a lot of other families, a lot of other soldiers that serve as well so i'm going to accept this on behalf of every single soldier that serves on my team. you know, our success over there wouldn't o be without the [indiscernible] and everybody else. >> pete, what a beautiful reunion. here in hudson, wisconsin, it was truly heartwarming to see this family back together again. >> welcome home, captain klein. now to our next award. at one for the people who support our military. if the award for service tory veterans. please welcome dana perino and jasper, looking dapper this evening. >> jasper and i are thrilled to be resenting this next award. he picked out the talks and even dressed himself buried in all seriousness, i know you know i love my dog. he is loyal, intelligent, and always knows when i'm having a bad day. our next recipient, mary peter, is harnessing those same animal instincts to help others through canine partners for patriots, an organization allowing veterans and active-duty military
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suffering from trauma to train their own servicedu dogs. there is a look at all the lives she's changed. ♪ >> this program saved my life. i tried to kill myself before i came. >> before i came in i was on a handful of different medications. ptsd, pain meds. >> this organization that mary has allowed me to accomplish a ton of goals that i never thought was going to even be possible. >> i came up all those medications just by getting out and moving around withho my dogn training with my dog. i was able to overcome those things. ♪ >> it saved my life, it saved my marriage, it saved my relationship with my children. i was actually the first veteran into this program. i am now the ceo.
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♪ >> the first thing i did was give them all a hug to let them know that they mattered. i see them coming here severely damaged in some ways. it's giving them a chance at life. >> joining me now from brooksville florida is mary peters. congratulations and from my heart, thank you for your dedication to helping veterans in need. tell us a little bit about this mission to reduce veteran suicide and why it means so much to you. >> i just have seen so many veterans that came to me just searching for help.am i know that with the dogs that i would be able to help them and for all that they've done to serve our country and all that they've suffered when they came back, it was the least that i could do. it was the right thing to do. >> what motivates you to keep going? w i know that you left a profitable business to invest
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yourself into this organization. >> i think watching lives change, dana, when people come in and you know that you're probably their last hope. it medications didn't, alcohol didn't work, drugs didn't work, and when they d come here they'e not sure this is going to work either but they are giving it one more shot. >> what a bright light you have, mary. thank you and congratulations. >> thank you so much, dana. >> pete, back to you. [applause] >> thank you, dana. as our viewers know i am a cat guy but you can't deny the importance of these life-changing dogs. you cannot train a cat to do thatgu. >> still ahead, sean hannity, laura ingraham and lee greenwood. ♪ mbers like martin. an air force veteran made of doing what's right, not what's easy. so when a hailstorm hit, usaa reached out before he could even inspect the damage. that's how you do it right. usaa insurance is made just the way
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♪ >> live from america's news headquarters, i'm ashley strohmeyer. it fired up president trump or knowing claims that "massive fraud" led to his election defeat. the president speaking to reporters at the white house following a conversation with u.s. military memos overseas. when asked about 2024, he insisted it is over yet. >> and want to talk about 2024 yet. this has a long way to go. this has a long way to go.
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>> so far the trump campaign has failed to produce evidence of its alleged mass voter fraud in the macy's thanksgiving day parade was held today in new york but with several changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. the usual crowds were kept away and the route was shortened. battling another surge of covid-19 infections. i'm anthemic ashley strohmeyer, now back to the awards. for more headlines go to foxnews.com. nation patriot awards. for all your headlines log on to foxnews.com. i'm very excited about our next recipient. a man from the greatest generation, john rich is back to present the on song hero award. thank you pete. i'm very excited to present this next award to a man who is the definition of strength and honor, corporal sidney walton. mr. sydney served in world war ii at hundred one years young
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he's been traveling the country to introduce himself to americans in all 50 states to spread a very special message. let's take a look. >> you had a regret you've lived with your whole life, right. >> you never met civil war veterans, right. >> and to make up for that regret you've embarked on a tour, the note regrets to her where no one has to live with the regret of not having met a world war ii veteran. are you up for that. >> i'm up for that. are you up for meeting millions and millions of people that want to meet you. >> i think i am. >> this is all for you dan, look at the. >> we are giving deanna an opportunity to travel all throughout the united states including anyone who would love a world war ii veteran before it's too late. >> hello everybody.
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>> there's a shrinking number of world war ii veterans that are still left. >> sidney walton who fought bravely. >> were doing this all on the 7h anniversary of the end of world war ii and knots this year. can you do it? >> show me that you can do it. come on you can do it. >> i love america. joining me now from california, corporal sidney walton on behalf of all of us here at fox would like to present you with this year's unsung hero award. congratulations sir. >> that's john rich. say hi.
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>> hello. >> i just wanted to tell you on behalf of myself and every american out there, there's a reason why we call your generation the greatest generation. if it wasn't for men like yourself that were willing to do whatever it took, we would not have in america today. you literally save the world come he saved our country and we are forever indebted to you. thank you for your service, sir. >> congratulations dad. you just won the patriot award. what do you think of that. >> i'm very proud. >> it's incredible to be able to speak with you sir, at a hundred and one, you can still see how much you love america and i just hope you know how much gratitude i have, that fox has, that the nation has for your service, corporal
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sidney watson thank you for your service and congratulations. pete, back to you. >> our next category is brand-new this year. it's inspiring. it shows us the kind of citizen, laura ingraham joins us to give out our first ever young patriot award. >> small but mighty, tyler stallings is on a big mission to save our nation's homeless vets. he's been doing so since he was four years old. how can that be? raising more than a hundred thousand dollars in the process, making him this year's young patriot. here is his story. >> we need to remember the veterans every, every day. when i was four i saw homeless veterans on the street and i wanted to build houses but
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that was not financially possible so we decided to give back to veterans. >> it was something that he didn't understand. if people put their lives on the live and serve our country, why would they be homeless. i thought it over and i asked him, i said tyler, let's think about something you could do we did a lot of work putting these items together. he talked to managers to see if anyone could help. i'm very proud of him for not being afraid to speak up. >> thank you tyler. >> thank you, goodbye.
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keep donating. >> our young patriot tyler stallings and his mom andrea join us now from virginia. >> tyler, congratulations my friend. >> thank you. >> tyler, what do you say to other kids kids out there who might not really understand this and how they can make a difference. >> all you need is an adult to help you, your teacher, this can apply to anyone. your mother, your father, your teacher, anybody that wants to help and wants to do this, you can start something, even if it's once a year. it doesn't have to be a big thing. you don't have to be the richest person in the world. >> andrea, i'm going to start bawling, okay, this is what we need to see more of.
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little acts of kindness, small gestures that can roll into become something really, really big. a 9-year-old child gets me thinking, am i doing enough, little by little, what can we all do. that's just amazing. what a great mother you must be. >> thank you. i'm trying, like most moms, trying to figure things out. i take the good and it's been an awesome learning experience for me as you know for an adult because i honestly could have been someone who would walk by people and say oh, i can't make a difference, this issue is too big but i was really glad that i took the time to listen. >> keep being a great example to everyone, your classmates, your school commute community, and congratulations on being the first young patriot. we are so proud of you. >> thank you so much. >> lots of love to you and
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sean hannity is here with a very special surprise for the recipient of her every day patriot award. >> it's my pleasure to be here tonight celebrating the men and women that really make this country great. next up is our every day patriot. thieves vandalize his business, this coffee shop anger owner turned anger into action. >> when i first got the call about the vandalism, i was angry. i worked for 14 years to build a great business in the community that i love and when that happened, initially, i wanted revenge. i was hurt. but then after speaking with my wife, after i thought about it, after i figured it all out, i realize that we have to have a better way to react
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than just being angry and that's what i chose to do. i chose to do a day of prayer and thanks to our police officers. >> there's overwhelming support for a colorado coffee shop owner after thieves stole his thin blue line flag and vandalized his building. >> over 2000 people showed up and then we helped and everybody was so happy and so supportive, and so grateful to be there. my phone was blowing up, my community donated a ton of money. >> it's so thoughtful. thank you so much. i felt it upon me to it donate that money to the brotherhood for the fallen, an organization that helps families that lost their loved ones. i fly the thin blue line flag because i want them to know those people out there that
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respect and appreciate them. >> vaccinations own abby horn the sect met up with the sheriff and police force in colorado to surprise wes. he actually thanks he's being interviewed by one of our producers. >> we are all loaded up in a caravan of 14 law enforcement vehicles. we are in the lead car about to go to present wesley his patriot award. let's go. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> my gosh, you've got to be kidding me. congratulations on your patriot award. are you surprised. >> i'm shocked. thank you. you know what, i want to
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accept this on behalf of every police officer in this country and in addition to the sheriff because you know something, without them, i don't know where any of us would be. every night we lay our head on a pillow because we know we are safe because all these men and women and in blue. on behalf of the police department all over the world, congrats. thank you sheriff. >> when weeeee
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here's chris wallace with some very special musical guests. >> please welcome lee greenwood, the u.s. air force band and home free with god bless the usa. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ if tomorrow all things were gone ♪ ♪ i worked for all my life, and i had to start again ♪ ♪ with just my children and my
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wife ♪ ♪ i thank my lucky stars ♪ to be living here today ♪ where this flag still stands for freedom ♪ ♪ and they can't take that away ♪ ♪ and i'm proud to be an american ♪ ♪ where at least i know i'm free ♪ ♪ and i won't forget ♪ the man who died ♪ and gave that right to me ♪ and i gladly stand up ♪ next to you and defend her still today ♪ ♪ there ain't no doubt i love this land ♪ ♪ god bless the usa ♪ from the lakes of minnesota
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to the hills of tennessee ♪ ♪ across the plains of texas ♪ ♪ from c2's shining sea. ♪ ♪ from detroit down to houston, new york to l.a., there's pride in every american heart and it's time we stand and say ♪ ♪ i'm proud to be an american ♪ ♪ where at least i know i'm free ♪ ♪ and i won't forget the men who died who gave that right to me ♪ ♪ and i gladly stand up ♪ next to you ♪ and defend her still today ♪ ♪ because there ain't no doubt i love this land ♪ ♪ god bless the usa
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